Support for orphans of men killed under the oligarchy, ca. 410 BC?

Matthaiou, Ta en tei stelei, 71-81 Date: ca. 410 BC?
 
The Council and People decided.[1] AntiochisX was the prytany; -s was secretary; Kallisthenes was chairman. Theozotides proposed:[2] as many Athenians as died a violent (5) death[3] in the oligarchy while supporting (boēthontes) the democracy, to the [children][4] of these, because of the benefaction (euergesias) of their fathers towards the Athenian People and their manly virtue (andragathias),[5] to give (didonai) to the - children of these (10) an obol a day [maintenance like that which? (trophēn hoianper? an)] they give (apodidōsi) to the orphans . . . the city hall (prutaneio-) . . . them . . . take care . . . . . . (15) let him or it scrutinise (dokimasatō) them . . . give (didonai) them (?) (aut-) . . . just as [to the orphans?] of those [killed?] in [war?] . . . the Greek treasurers (hellēnotamias) . . . just as the orphans . . . (20) of the Athenians . . . . . . and . . . it or him or them . . . . . . . . . Illegible, probably a list of names, occupying max. 126 lines across 6 columns Inscribed on left side of stele[6] Kleoboulos (25) son of Androkles, Androkles son of Androkles,[7] (both) of Aphidna. Uninscribed space Lysanias (30) son of Olympichos, Hippon son of Olympichos, (both) of Kydathenaion; (35) Athenaios son of Philonautes of Alopeke; (40) Charikles son of Chairedemos, Chairedemos (45) son of Chairedemos (both) of Kol[onai?].